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      The 22 students in the Food in the World Inquiry class started bonding in their freshman Orientation club. Their Hands for Change project was working at a food pantry. Now, they’ve become a cohesive group who is exploring firsthand how to become “responsibly engaged in the world.”

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    Michael Chambers ’15, Blaine, Minn., utilized his experience and resources at Concordia to gain an internship in his field. As a multimedia journalism and communication–public relations major, Chambers worked for Onsharp as a digital marketing intern this past summer.

    Jeremy Houser '16 worked alongside his classmate, Molly Bina ’16, at the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Northern Great Plains Research Laboratory in Mandan, N.D., this summer.

    Kristyn Voegele ’11 has spent the last three years surrounded by huge rare bones. A paleontology grad student at Drexel University, Voegele has been working with a new dinosaur species, which is the largest ever found.

    Dr. Amy Watkin, English, is writing a historical fiction novel about the famous playwright. Students provided background research. #cordmn

    Students are living out the Concordia’s mission statement and impacting their communities with the help of the Phillips Scholarship, a program that provides funding for community improvement projects. #cordmn

    Cobbers make national headlines: This USA TODAY story highlights the involvement of #cordmn students in the marketing of a Kazakhstan beef operation.

    Exactly 30 years after her mother traveled to Germany on a Fulbright scholarship, Elsa Lund ’14, Seattle, will be heading there this fall. #cordmn

    "...let’s build a stronger community together.” - Dean Greg Cant of Concordia College Offutt School of Business. #cordmn

    Best-selling author, peacebuilder and Christian social activist Shane Claiborne shares a laugh with students in Dr. Jacqueline Bussie's liberation theology class. #cordmn

    Cobbers flooded the Minnesota state Capitol last week as they participated in events hosted by the Minnesota Private College Council. #cordmn

    Exercise science students taking the “Exercise Testing and Prescription” course recently put Concordia employees to the test when they administered fitness assessments to faculty and staff volunteers. #cordmn

    Concordia’s data analytics team took first place at the 2014 Midwest Undergraduate Data Analytics Competition at Winona (Minn.) State University. #cordmn

    Student scholarship took center stage April 9 when Concordia hosted its fifth annual Celebration of Student Scholarship. #cordmn

    Nine students will be presenting at the National Conference on Undergraduate Research April 3-5 at the University of Kentucky. #cordmn

    Chris Kenney ’14, Hawley, Minn., won a prestigious scholarship to study opera. He also dreams of flying. #cordmn

    #Target CEO Gregg Steinhafel says college students who are considering a business career must be grounded in uncompromising ethics. #cordmn

    Intrigued by her experience in a math class, Megan Menth '14 thought it would be fun to apply what she was learning to a real-life problem.

    Levi Bachmeier '14, West Fargo, N.D., received the City of Fargo Human Relations Youth Award at the Martin Luther King Jr. Day Celebration at the Fargo Theatre. #cordmn

    In 1957, Minnijean Brown Trickey entered history by walking through the front doors of Central High School in Little Rock, Ark. Yesterday, she shared her story to a full house in the Centrum to honor and celebrate the life and work of Martin Luther King Jr.

    Dr. Jonathan Steinwand and student researchers are collecting environmental justice poems from cultures around the world for a new anthology. #cordmn

    For Victor Crindal ’14 and Erin Einarson ’14, the BREW Café at the Offutt School of Business in Grant Center is more than a coffee shop. It’s their classroom. #cordmn

    Mike Rose '14 is living out responsible engagement and encouraging others to do the same via No Food for Thought, a hunger awareness campaign he founded. #cordmn #NFFT

    Garrett Lysford ’15, Oslo, Minn., will present his paper, “Cicero and Adams: Architects of the Founding,” in Washington, D.C., in December at the undergraduate research symposium of the Center for Hellenic Studies. #cordmn

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